Carnavas

Carnavas

by Silversun Pickups

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Release Date: 07/25/2006
Label: Dangerbird
UPC: 0185112000824
catalogNumber: 9
Rank: 34604

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Carnavas 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
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This is a great album from an fantastic indie band with a very cool sound. Once it's in your CD player, it will not be coming out for a very long time! Check them out, you won't be disappointed!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Living in LA, I haven't been able to escape the hyped talk about this band, so I checked out their live set this summer. I was intrigued by their sound, and after listening to their EP I decided to pre-order this album. I just go it today, and let me say I am thoroughly impressed. Their sound is definitely reminiscent of Smashing Pumpkins, but they make it all their own. I recommend the album- this band does not disappoint.
Celeste63 More than 1 year ago
Love this CD! I play it all the time!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Many of the songs are long leading to a very finished CD. My favorite track: "Dream at Tempo 119".
Guest More than 1 year ago
This cd is awesome. I just got it last week and haven't taken it out of my cd player! They have a great new sound and are creating a lot of buzz. I think I even saw them on Letterman awhile back. Check out "Lazy Eye," its my favorite!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Silversun Pickups are an amazingly talented Indie band whose songs reverberate with "Muse"-like bass lines and pulsating anthems. Songs such as "Lazy Eye" and "Future Foe Scenarios" deliver a rougher and slicing but addictive edge, while others like "Three Seed" and "Rusted Wheel" possess a mysterious and shimmering quality. Perhaps the weakest song on the album is the closer, "Common Reactor" as it ends with a bizarre chain-saw/grating sound for the last 30 seconds. However, the band provides quite a diverse heap of songs which just solidly illustrates their worthwhile attempt to bring meaningful and different music to the world. Keep watch for them for this is a band with something special.
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